Compiled By David Meza
At a recent town hall meeting, West Contra Costa Unified School District students had the chance to give their direct input into how educational money should be spent for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year.
The April 16 meeting at Helms Middle School in San Pablo, also gave students information about the […]Continue Reading →
By Nancy DeVille
When Ron Shaw stood up to read the children’s book, “Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears,” his audience — second-graders at North Richmond’s Verde Elementary School — stared, giggled and raised their hands to ask questions.
Shaw thumbed through the pages of the West African tale, reading the colorful story […]Continue Reading →
By Melvin Willis | Photo by Alice Kantor
A new UC Berkeley campus being planned for Richmond must take into account the needs of the city’s residents. That’s the message the Richmond City Council sent UC Berkeley last month, when the council called on UC Berkeley to sign a community benefits agreement.
The agreement now […]Continue Reading →
By Joanna Pulido
It was a chilly night in February at the North Coast Section Division II boys soccer championship, and there was Richmond High School computer graphics and animation teacher Mario Ferrari, cheering the home team loudly, clenching the rails of the stands and pacing back and forth with nerves and adrenaline.
His enthusiasm […]Continue Reading →
By Nancy DeVille
Two new charter schools focusing on technology, high graduation rates and college readiness will open near Hilltop Mall this fall, and are taking applications now.
Aspire Public Schools will open Aspire Richmond Technology Academy with an enrollment of 244 students in grades K-5 and Aspire Richmond California College Preparatory will enroll 280 […]Continue Reading →
Interview, Vernon Whitmore
EDITORS NOTE: Kyra Worthy is the Executive Director of Chevron backed non-profit For Richmond, an organization dedicated to uniting the community and taking active steps toward tackling issues facing Richmond residents. Worthy says her greatest gift is that she won’t accept no for answer.
Incoming Chair of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, […]Continue Reading →
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